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Nvidia Round Table Meeting

23 April 2007
Very impressive: a 65" prototype display with quad-HD resolution (approx. 4000x2000 pixels)
Very impressive: a 65" prototype display with quad-HD resolution (approx. 4000x2000 pixels)

From 23-25 April 2007, HPC/V attended the 3rd Nvidia Round Table Meeting at the Fraunhofer-Institut für Medienkommunikation in Sankt Augustin, near Bonn. This meeting brings together international users of Nvidia's professional graphics cards, ranging from medical imaging and virtual reality to the automotive and aircraft industries and oil & gas companies.  In addition to discussing the latest Nvidia hardware and software developments, the RTM involves product demonstrations from various external parties, both software and hardware.

Group picture in front of Schloss Birlinghofen, the wonderful location of the RTM
Group picture in front of Schloss Birlinghofen, the wonderful location of the RTM

On the final day, RTM attendees visited the assembly line and Virtual Reality facilities at Airbus Hamburg, consisting of a 2-channel powerwall and a 5-sided ultra-wide CAVE.

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